Here’s an incredible list of black owned restaurants, juice bars and coffee shops that’s offering curbside, pick up or delivery.
Where can you find Nashville Hot Chick’n, a crabless crab cake, a Lobstah roll, and an Oyster Mushroom po boy all under one roof? At Grass VBQ!! This all vegan restaurant offers delicious staple items as well as weekly specials. Check out their amazing sandwiches and desserts.
All vegan menu, cold press juices and coffee- a new menu is dropping this week!
Peach Drop Nutrition
Healthy shakes, teas, coffees and healthy shots that are good for the body
Devine Soups n More
Devine Soups n More offers weekly meal specials with pick up options each Saturday. They offer meals that are vegan, gluten free, and nut free. From spicy chickpea patties, to spaghetti and “meat”balls, to BBQ cauliflower with mac and cheeze you can’t go wrong. And don’t forget to try their homemade soups and special lemonade.
Viva La Vegan ATL
From burgers, philly sandwiches, mac and cheese and more- staple in the West End
Triple Jay’s Pizza
Triple Jay’s started as a pizza food truck but now has a brick and mortar in Midtown. Whether you want NY style pizza, Detroit Deep Dish pizza, or delicious wings, Triple Jay’s has you covered!
Chef Rob’s Caribbean Café
You may not be able to travel to the Caribbean right now, but Chef Rob can still take your taste buds there. Whether it’s Mango chicken, oxtails, or curry chicken, Chef Rob’s is the place to be.
Twisted Soul Cookhouse and Pours
Twisted Soul is located in West Midtown and offers delicious soul food options. Whether you want your chicken baked, fried, hickory smoked, or served with chimichurri sauce, Twisted Soul has you covered! Select a few of their freshly made side items, and you’re ready to go!! Twisted Soul has also launched a special initiative where you can donate to provide a meal for a frontline hero. Check out their website to find out how you can order some delicious food for yourself and how you can help those that are serving us and keeping us safe during the pandemic
Are you craving some delicious west African food? If so, check out Café Songhai. Their menu boasts Eugsi soup, Riro soup, Okra soup, Jollof rice, Grilled tilapia, Fried fish, Red Red and more. The food is fresh, and the ingredients are sourced locally and from various suppliers in West Africa.
Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen
Virgil’s Gullah Kitchen was created to celebrate and preserve the Gullah Geechee heritage through food and a family environment. Although we can’t currently dine in and enjoy the amazing ambiance, you can still grab some delicious takeout. Now we don’t know how you’re going to choose between the She-crab soup, fried oysters, red rice, fried shrimp, or pork chops. But we do know that whatever you pick, you won’t be disappointed. And PS…add an order of their bussin’ corn muffins to whatever you pick.
QT Time Restaurant
Located in the historic west end – southern soul food.
Woman on, located on Marietta Street- the best chai latte, vegan and nonvegan options
@Urban Grind Atl
Coffee — from great lattes, fresh baked goods, vegan and nonvegan patties- both locations located off Moreland
Spreading the Health
Offers fresh juices, smoothies and bowls